Portfolio Category: Fish

Dungeness Crab

From Seattle to Shanghai , the succulent, meaty Dungeness is the first choice of crab connoisseurs. Named after a small fishing village in Washington State, the Dungeness is caught throughout the Pacific Northwest, but the biggest, meatiest "Dungies" come from the deep, cold ocean waters off the Olympic Peninsula, where generations of Quinault fishermen have harvested them. In the Dungeness fishery only male crabs with a minimum carapace size of 6 ¼ inches can be harvested, which ensures that the population remains at healthy levels.  All Quinault fishermen deliver their crab live to our dock, where we carefully pack them for immediate shipment to markets throughout North American and the Pacific Rim. Pacific...
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King Salmon

alaska_map_king June 15 – July 15 Western Alaska, Arctic Alaska Region September 15 – November 15 Washington Coast Traditionally, the Arctic region of Alaska produces some of the earliest King salmon of the season. These fish have a high fat content and excellent meat color. This production begins around June 15. The King salmon from here rivals anything out of Copper River. Short openings, 100% iced boats and immediate processing makes these king salmon absolutely outstanding. We size grade at 7/11 lbs, 11/18 and 18/up. The majority of the fish average about 12 to 13 lbs. This early production...
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Coho Salmon

Coho Salmon July 30 – September 5 Western Alaska, Arctic Alaska Region fillet2 Coho salmon production starts in early August for the first Coho anywhere in Alaska, ending in early September. These are the finest Coho produced in Alaska. Very red meat color and high oil content make these fish very desirable in the Japanese market. Short openings, 100% iced boats and immediate processing makes these coho salmon absolutely the best in Alaska. Openings for fishing are known well in advance, allowing us...
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Chum Salmon

  chum_small June 12 – July 4 Central Alaska Fishing for chum salmon in Prince William Sound begins in early June, generally around the 12th of the month. Prince William Sound kicks off the season with Chums, usually peaking in volume by June 30th. By July 10, the Chum season is effectively finished. These fish are shipped Ocean run and average about 5.8 pounds each. Specifications We will pack salmon into 1x25, 1x50 and in totes for shipment from Alaska. Trucking or airfreight arrangements are made for you as part of our service. We can cut fillets...
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